Inverting a modulated signal (OOK).

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Alex_Khan

Joined May 27, 2020
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Hello,
I'm modulating the message signal with OOK (on-off keying) modulation. Multisim software is used to model the schematic [attached]. At the resistor R1, the modulated signal is obtained. I wanted to invert the modulated single, for that I used a simple NOT gate (U3), however at the NOT's gate output, I got the same signal as input means without inverting [attached]. So my question is, why isn't the NOT gate inverting? Am I doing something wrong?

As hit and trail, I added two more NOT gates (U4 and U5) but this time I got an inverted signal, although further improvement is needed to achieve a 180-degree phase shift. So my second question is: Why is it an inverter this time? and how to get exactly a 180-degree phase shift between two signals?

Thanks for your time.
 

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MisterBill2

Joined Jan 23, 2018
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In the real world, not a sim world, the failure of an inverter gate would be caused by the loss of the power common connection, at least for those gates with input protection diodes.
 
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